I read an article about passive blood alcohol sensors being installed in cars from the factory. The car would measure the blood alcohol level of the driver automatically using lasers without having to blow into a tube or anything.
This is kind of nuts. Based on some of the readings they want to take (at least according to the article) you would have to have some serious equipment strapped to your body. Good luck selling that concept to customers.
Kind of nut….but it appears Ferrari is noticing the same thing the FAA noticed about 10 years ago which is the more money you make the more likely you are to overestimate your ability to control the situation. The FAA released private pilot data that shows a direct correlation between income and crash rate or the higher the income the higher the chance of a crash when stuff like experience and total hours flow and normalized out. I’m not surprised Ferrari is finding a similar issue since they deal exclusively with a higher income crowd….but auto everything really seems like the wrong answer to what is clearly a driver training issue.